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Hudson boys hockey falls to Groton-Dunstable, 5-2

Hudson High School's Tyler Casey (#2, back left) gets off this shot despite having Groton-Dunstable Regional High School's Dan Borella (#15, right) all over him. Casey was able to score on the play.

Marlborough – Hudson High School (HHS), the current Division 3 state champions, hosted Groton-Dunstable Regional High School (GD) Dec. 22 at the New England Sports Center in Marlborough. GD, the current Division 3A state champions, have moved into Division 3 this year.

GD's Derek March scored the first goal at the 5:11 mark (with assists from Nathan Rabbitt and Michael Cole) but HHS's Rocco Malloy tied it just 39 seconds later (5:40 mark) with assists from Jeff Hamelin and John Dutney.? Both teams each added a goal for 2-2 score at the end of the first period.

In the second period HHS's Tyler Cassidy (assisted by Mike Tomasetti) had the only goal, giving Hudson the lead, 3-2.

In the third, GD's Connor Maguire exploded for two, with C.J. Kenny assisting on both goals. ?Brad Zadrozny added an empty net goal as GD took the win 5-2. (Photos/Chris Wraight)

Hudson High School's Jeff Hamelin (#5, right) moves to block Groton Dunstable Regional High School's Allan Haynes (#15, left) along the boards. Hudson's Rocco Malloy (#14) is at rear.

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